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01/13/2010

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U.S. Dethroning Russia as Gas King

Efforts to supply gas to new markets are essential for Russia to regain its leadership in the industry, analysts say.

Strasbourg Court Forced to Delay Yukos Trial

For at least the third time the court has been forced to reschedule because of complications linked to the Russian government.

State to Offer $1,700 Toward New Cars

The Moscow Times
Under the program, a car can be exchanged for a 50,000 ruble ($1,700) voucher if it was made in 1999 or earlier, and meets other criteria.

Car Owners Face New Parking Rules

The proposed legislation aims to rid city courtyards of cheap, makeshift parking garages and stimulate the construction of multistory car parks.

Police Duped by Contractor Offering Video Surveillance

The Moscow Times
A Moscow security company has been accused of introducing a virus into the police’s computer system and of transmitting prerecorded surveillance footage in place of a live video feed.

Putin Lets RSPP Into Meetings

The Moscow Times
Vladimir Putin agreed to admit a representative of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs to government hearings.

Moscow Businessman Fears Chechen Rebels

The Moscow Times
The director of the company Vash Finansovy Popechitel, or Your Financial Guardian, wants FSB protection after a rebel web site posted information about the killer of Moscow Orthodox priest Daniil Sysoyev, a well-known critic of Islam who was gunned down by an unidentified attacker in November.

VEB Gets Welfare Fund Cash for Infrastructure

By Yevgeniya Pismennaya / Vedomosti
The funds will form a resource base for Vneshekonombank and are needed to finance the bank's own lending and investment activity, the state corporation's press service said.

Where Did President Yushchenko Go Wrong?

Reuters
His inability to forge a balanced foreign policy between East and West for his country, which sits at the hub of Central Europe, has left Orange Revolution leader Viktor Yushchenko a seemingly lonely figure.

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